The Obama administration and its media allies are doing what they can to fan the flames of class conflict.
Some recent polls
suggest the campaign is having an effect on public opinion. But Michael Medved digs a little deeper into the data, and argues that Americans don’t generally dislike the “rich,” but rather, the undeserving rich:
The biggest challenge for Mitt Romney isn’t that America hates the rich; it’s that the public hates the undeserving rich, and
deeply resents privileged punks and politically connected connivers who never performed constructive service to make their millions.
This is an important distinction, reminiscent of Arthur Brooks’s distinction between “earned” and “unearned” success.